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7/30/2019KENYABeena Kamath-Raynebeena.kamath-rayne@cchmc.org
Mixture of those that had taken HBB 1st edition and naïve learners.  It has been hard to find protected time to get many staff to come
 
7/12/2019TAJIKISTANGeorge Bennettmarcia.bennett@gmail.com
 
7/11/2019TAJIKISTANGeorge Bennettmarcia.bennett@gmail.com
 
7/10/2019TAJIKISTANGeorge Bennettmarcia.bennett@gmail.com
 
7/9/2019TAJIKISTANGeorge Bennettmarcia.bennett@gmail.com
 
7/9/2019TAJIKISTANGeorge Bennettmarcia.bennett@gmail.com
 
7/8/2019TAJIKISTANGeorge Bennettmarcia.bennett@gmail.com
 
7/3/2019INDIADr Ezhilarasan TMeducation@aksahealthskills.in
ourse conducted at Vinodhagan Memorian Hospital , Thanjavur India ( 2 days program)

Participants:
P.JEGATHEESWARI
T.THENMOZHI
R.LAVANYA
M.SAMUNDESHWARI
T.PRABAVATHI
S.BUVANA
V.NIVETHA
S.KANAGAVALLI
K.MEENA
B.SARANYA


Course Instructors:
Dr T M Ezhilarasan & Akhosh S

Course Modules:
1)Routine essential newborn care for every baby at birth
2)Systematic  management of a newborn infant during the first 10-20 minutes in a competent manner.
3)Understand the processes underlying apnea, bradycardia and poor condition at birth

4)Deliver practical airway management .
5)Physical assessment of New Born.
6)Importance of team approach in newborn resuscitation
 
6/27/2019ROMANIAGeorge Bennettmarcia.bennett@gmail.com
 
6/27/2019ROMANIAGeorge Bennettmarcia.bennett@gmail.com
 
6/24/2019BOTSWANADebra, Ben, Rita Whipple, Hart, HartWhippleDR@churchofjesuschrist.org
 
6/21/2019ROMANIAGeorge Bennettmarcia.bennett@gmail.com
 
6/20/2019ROMANIAGeorge Bennettmarcia.bennett@gmail.com
 
6/18/2019BOTSWANADebra, Ben, Rita Whipple, Hart, HartWhippleDR@churchofjesuschrist.org
 
6/17/2019INDIAAkhosh Seducation@aksahealthskills.in
ourse conducted at Noble Hospitals Chennai , India

Participants:
1)J.VELANGANI
2)G.HANNAH
3)V.K.SHINY
4)R.RANJINI
5)N.RAMYA
6)Dr.ABANAH KARUNYA
7)SCINTHIYA.C

Course Instructors:
Dr T M Ezhilarasan & Akhosh S

Course Modules:
1)Routine essential newborn care for every baby at birth
2)Systematic  management of a newborn infant during the first 10-20 minutes in a competent manner.
3)Understand the processes underlying apnea, bradycardia and poor condition at birth
4)Essential care of Every baby including small baby
5)Deliver practical airway management .
6)Physical assessment of New Born.
7)Importance of team approach in newborn resuscitation
 
 
6/17/2019BOTSWANADebra, Ben, Rita Whipple, Hart, HartWhippleDR@churchofjesuschrist.org
 
6/10/2019BANGLADESHLia Harrisliaharris@shaw.ca
Order training supplies well in advance (NeoNatalies stuck in customs for 2 months!)
Find out from in-country partners the preferred language for teaching (appropriately told print material should be in Bangla)
 
5/23/2019ETHIOPIAPATRICIA KELLYpttyklly@gmail.com
Formerly trained Master Trainers taught classes.  I later skill checked and reviewed in NICU and L&D, identifying department gaps.
 
5/23/2019ETHIOPIApatricia
 
5/21/2019ZAMBIAGeorge, Bruce, Lisa Groberg, Stanley, Smithdhgroberg@gmail.com
 
5/15/2019SIERRA LEONEPatricia Kellypttyklly@gmail.com
If time is short, focus on organization and use of resuscitation materials and skills but asking for demos of preparation and essential care routines.
 
5/8/2019MADAGASCARFred, Chris, Mai Anh Langeland, Robison, Doanfredlangeland@comcast.net
 
5/7/2019FIJIAshley Langfordashleyal7@hotmail.com
 
5/6/2019MADAGASCARFred, Chris, Mai Anh Langeland, Robison, Doanfredlangeland@comcast.net
 
5/2/2019GAMBIABeth ODonnelleodonnel@nemours.org
- we were there during Ramadan so timing was difficult.  They already run a bit late to begin with and with Ramadan, things didn't start until 10 or 11am
- We travelled throughout the country and anywhere away from the capital and the coast was VERY hot (106 deg F) and regular electricity was difficult to rely on in Basse and Farafenni
 
4/22/2019GHANAJo Ann Gatesjo.beltre@gmail.com
Starting the course with an icebreaker will be helpful next course to get participants to know facilitators and help them open up. Participants wanted maternal mortality course as well so next training will work toward a comprehensive curriculum. Will need more funding to fund additional training mannequins.
 
4/15/2019HAITIKristen Fanfantkfanfant@medicinesforhumanity.org
HBB, ECEB, ECSB for 126 Catholic sisters and providers at their clinics. Taught by 3 locally trained Master Trainers
 
4/13/2019UZBEKISTANGeorge, Lawrence, Brent, JoAnn Bennett, Warner, Lind, Abegglenmarcia.bennett@gmail.com
 
4/12/2019UZBEKISTANGeorge, Lawrence, Brent, JoAnn Bennett, Warner, Lind, Abegglenmarcia.bennett@gmail.com
 
4/11/2019UZBEKISTANGeorge, Lawrence, Brent, JoAnn Bennett, Warner, Lind, Abegglenmarcia.bennett@gmail.com
 
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